Tag Archives: humour

Movie Review – District 13: Ultimatum

Three years after the events of the original District 13, Damien and Leito are reunited to save District 13 from corrupt cops trying to raze the district to the ground for their own profit. If you saw District 13 you know what to expect. Insane fight s...

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Movie Review – The Ice Harvest

Two friends decide to steal some money from their employer, who runs strip joints, but once they have the money pretty much everything goes wrong. Jon Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton and Connie Nelson star in this black comedy that reminds the viewer of Fargo and A Simple Plan. The plot …

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Book Review – Dangerous Ground – Larry Bond

An ex-pilot uses a family connection to get into the submarine training system. He ends up aboard the USS Memphis which is Captained by a hard driving tyrant. The submarine, along with two female technicians are given a highly sensative mission which does not yield the expected results. Larry Bond‘s …

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Book Review – Torpedo Juice – Tim Dorsey

From the Publisher The drinks are on Sunshine State historian/spree killer Serge A. Storms, who’s decided it’s high time he got married. So he’s motoring down to the Florida Keys — the ultimate end of the line — in search of Ms. Right . . . and finding his doped-up …

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Movie Review – Charade (1963)

Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn star in a funny mystery about a woman who has something that several men want and who appear to be willing to kill for it. A brilliant movie, that sparkles with chemistry and one liners that literally zing back and forth. This is a great …

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Movie Review – Kinky Boots

A traditional british shoe factory faces closure until the son of the recently deceased owner comes up with a unique product for them to make. In the vein of Brassed Off, The Full Monty and Billy Elliot, this is a great brit movie. A load of humour, emotion and while …

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Book Review – Night Fall – Nelson DeMille

About the Book Five years after the crash of Flight 800 two members of the Elite Anti-terrorist Task Force suspect it was no accident and they set out to recover the one piece of evidence to prove it: a videotape that shows a couple making love on the beach as …

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Movie Review – Sahara

OK, I am biased, I loved Clive Cussler books, including Sahara so I was a little concerned about seeing this. I shouldn’t have been. Its greeeeeeeeeeeaaaat. I didn’t think the movie lagged at all, had great music, action, humour everything infact that one might want from a movie. Dirk Pitt …

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Movie Review – THE PACIFIER

THE PACIFIER — The Official Movie Website Navy Seal becomes babysitter. Vin Diesel finally gets asked if he wears a bra. A duck bites a ninja in the balls. What more could you ask for? Very funny, not at all offensive, and a very enjoyable movie. Yes, I know its …

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